We explore China's government-run fashion week, and witness a marching band rivalry in Louisiana tonight on VICELAND.
Tonight on VICELAND, we explore Palestine's expressive fashion world on STATES OF UNDRESS, and head to Serbia's violent soccer derby on VICE World of Sports.
It wouldn't be Serbia's annual soccer face-off without the usual displays of violence, would it?
The 'Cruyff turn' was somewhere between Turner and Picasso—the work of both a delicate craftsman and a wildly inventive revolutionary.
Then Noisey explains why Lil Yachty is the new rapper to watch, and VICE Sports introduces us to the Mandarin sports commentators at the University of Illinois.
Then we revisit the unsolved case of a chlorine gas attack at a 2014 furry convention in Illinois and Motherboard investigates the decline of AM radio.
"Will Cam find a hole and slide it in the crease? Or will he have to stretch to get it in? Will he get it off in time?"
All without saying the names of the players, teams, or the event itself, for legal reasons.
The new film is letting mainstream moviegoers know that it might not be healthy for gigantic men to ruthlessly slam their bodies into each other a whole bunch.
We also investigate the history of a vanished public art installation, revisit Fruity Loops, and talk photography with Bruce Gilden.
I have no idea when mom was diagnosed, but it must have been after the driveway and after the buggy in the rain.
Uganda's only maximum security prison, Luzira, holds a sophisticated prison soccer tournament known not only for its top-notch talent, but the remarkable part it plays in the country's low recidivism rate.
I tried to get to the bottom of America's latest gambling craze and wound up losing $50.
The most popular sport in America leaves its players with brain damage. How much do fans care?
Brady went on the radio Tuesday to address his friendship with Trump, which apparently involves motivational speeches, rounds of golf, and tacky hats.
Madden NFL '16 is pushing experience points to the forefront of the game, allowing players to get deeper into the fantasy of running their favorite teams.
The game was devised by a Danish philosopher as a way to explain his refinement of the Marxist dialectic. It's as confusing IRL as it is on paper.
We spoke to NFL analyst Michael Carlson about the risks players take by appearing on the game's artwork.
Most men don't really know what the fuck to do with their feelings. Unless, of course, they're playing a soccer video game.
They chucked bottles and bricks while chanting "we hate n*****s."
There's no denying it: take controllers and immediate access to chips out of the equation and a bunch of these things are dull as fuck.
Football makes next to no sense to beginners, but the video games it inspires help to cut through the language barrier.
This week, the already much-maligned town is going to be named the worst place in the UK for a man to live. I'm a man and I lived there; it's not as bad as it's cracked up to be.
This soccer-meets-a-demolition-derby game has been downloaded 2 million times, so what are you waiting for?